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. >> and prince harry pays respects for service members killed in the line of duty. >> he visited the white house and the capitol building. >> i find him an attractive young man. >> a very steady stream of fliks coming out. >>> whole foods recalling a vegan chicken salad and chicken salad after the two were mixed up. >> how come that doesn't affect him. >> that's a stupid question. >> i fell asleep when i woke up. >> all that matters. >> the final piece of the spire is now at the top of 1 world trade center 41 piece symbolic 1,776 feet. >> this sunday is mother's day, if you are just realizing that now, are you in a lot of trouble. >> talks too much. and. >> she is dressing like this. >> yeah. >> this morning's eye opener presented by prudential. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. a bit of a cold. one more time you will have to carry me. >> you sound sort of sexy. that's why i wore this crazy dress to brighten you up. >> we begin with a good story, an amazing rescue in bangladesh. a survivor pulled from the rubble of a factory that collapsed 17 days a
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. whitey bulger's story. what's america's fascination with prince harry? the royal visit just ahead. >>> dramatic search for the boston bombers is not first high-profile manhunt in bean town recent memory. back in 1995, whitey bulger pled the city and after 16 years at large and 12 years on the fbi's ten most wanted tujtive's list he was arrested in california june of 2011. as his trial approaches this june, a new book is out. whitey bulger, america's most wanted gangster in the manhunt that brought him closer to justice. it is written by "boston globe's" kevin cullen along with his colleague. they covered it for some 25 years. good to see you. >> thanks. >> first of all, were any of the boston officials who were at the center of the bulger case -- were they also involved in the manhunt to find the boston bombers? >> no. there is a real gap between that. at at the time very tlend was a small -- very small multi-agency task force. really came down to an fbi agent. neil sullivan. they were able to find him in the end by actually putting out a series of ads a woman sitting in her in ic
. harry reid and small businesses harry reid and small businesses start at a dry cleaner, harry reid and small businesses start we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. neil: even harry reid says this needs more money. can you blame small businesses that want no part of that. they are suing the government. that is effectively part of this. well providing small businesses to provide health care. good to have you. >> obamacare is quite clear that the states when were in these exchanges for small businesses and individuals, then employers will be required to offer conforming insurance. but if the federal government ran these exchanges, they didn't have to. it's quite clear on the face of the statue. thirty-three states have elected not to run it, which means the federal government is fining employers for not offering the insurance of the obamacare demands. neil: senator reid and senator baucus is it any mor
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in their chimneys. he associates them with harry potter, and he draws them in his spare time. >> i like the diversity here. every chimney is different. every door is colorful. and then there is a tolerance -- people smile at you on the street, and they are always apologizing even if you bump into them. >> he is one of thousands of poles who have come to make a living from repairing colorful but damp british houses. he used to work as a painter, but the pay is better in london. >> working here is great. the english are not as demanding as the poles or the germans where everything has to be perfect. >> his english boss is happy, too. polish labor is cheaper, and he says polh labors are more precise, more sorrow, more reliable. >> they have a better work ethic, i think, in my view, in my experience. >> nevertheless, many poles working here have noticed a change in mood since the british economy has begun to slide. >> in the beginning, we were welcomed with open arms, but that has changed now. especially when more poles can than they had expected. it was not just a few thousand, but half a
law train wreck. democraticenator harry reed agreeing that obama care may go off of the rails . aren't we paying enough for all of tholce new taxes. plus. may day. unions demanding the halftime deporting immigrantings. does big labor have the interest of undocumented workers in mind or all about saving themselves. cash in looking out for your best interest right now. i am eric boling, welcometo cashing in . john and tracey are in the studio and joining us is president obama's former top economic advisor in the boot school of business mr. austin goldsbee. first. democratic senator mabaccus said the healthcare law could be headed for a train wreck. >> unless we implement it properly it is a train wreck. i agree. >> we are not spending enough money to implement it properly. >> yes. we have the menu, but we don't have way to get to the menu. >> start with that. that is chalk full of taxs and fees to pay for it. and that spending more money and taxings. and it is a train wreck. doctors leaving the practice and insurance premiums going up and hours cut at work and that is it the result of
. >>> cotton harris moore pleaded guilty to breaking into an airplane hangar during his infamous 2010 international crime spree. according to the associated press the admission won't affect his prison sentence. harris-moore pleaded guilty last year in connection with the break-in as part of a bigger plea deal. the plea resulted in a seven-year sentence. >>> new this morning, carnival cruise line ""try yum" was back at sea. it's headed for the bahamas for more on the upgrade entertainment areas. >>> so, you know, trapping alligators is in fact a dangerous business and even a professional can get hurt. the husband and wife team of jason and sarah clark were called to remove a 3 1/2-foot alligator from a suburban pond. a feisty alligator. jason cook said the alligator bit him and wouldn't let go. he caught it, i should say. watch how these pros handle the situation. >> you get two fingers, you ready? >> uh-huh. put his tail between your legs. here you go. >> ouch. oh. the clarks say the alligator was big enough to kill a small dog, although apparently not his arm. this gator will be eval
britain's prince harry took part in a solemn ceremony at the tomb of the unknown in arlington national cemetery in virginia. harry, as a pilot in the british army, recently returned from a combat tour of duty in afghanistan. he placed that wreath at one of the graves with a message. to my comrades in arms in the united states of america who have paid the ultimate price in the cause of freedom. captain harry wales is the signature at the bottom of the card. harry is also doing other things on his visit. he visited some of the wounded soldiers at the walter reed medical center. that's coming up shortly. >>> many are calling amanda berry a hero for escaping and alerting police to the other women who have been abducted against their will and held captive for a decade. could police perhaps have found these women earlier? >> they didn't seem to give any real true desire to the case. >> that man said that he is almost certain it's not certain that he saw gina dejesus the day he was abducted moments before she was abducted. he said police did not want to listen. his story next. gathered here t
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of horrors, going in depth. britain's prince harry is in town. he begins a u.s. visit with stops on capitol hill over at the white house. first though a preview of this weekend's next list. >> this will be the 40 megawatt solar field. >> they told him he could never do it. >> it was a disruptive idea. >> he said someone has to bring solar energy to this place. i was like, please, not you. >> it will be the field with the best security in the whole world because we have two armies guarding it. >> israel's first solar field. on "the next list." >> whatever he can envision, he can then figure how to make it happen. >> it is so moving. >> if he can see it, he can do it. incredible. >> you just put his teeth in something like a bulldog and he doesn't give it up. ♪ [ male announcer ] just when you thought you had experienced performance a new ride comes along and changes everything. the 2013 lexus gs. this is the pursuit of perfection. the 2013 lexus gs. see lioutdoors, or in.ight. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount of light. so you see everything the way it's meant
. here he is, prince harry. he is here in the united states. this is day one of a multiday visit. he is in our nation's capital. specifically, there he is, senator john mccain greeting the senator from arizona as he continues on in. the two, let me just give you a little bit of background, the two are about to tour this exhibit. sponsored by halo trust, it's a group that clears land mines and other dangerous war debris. you remember his mother, princess diana, was involved with the group before her death in 1997. let me bring in correspondent max foster, who has taken the trip from london to washington to follow along with the prince. max, give me the details. why is prince harry here, where is he headed? >> well, twofold, really. he's promoting his own charities, which is what this is about, but also promoting british interest. so, as you say, this is a charity very close to his heart. it was supported by princess diana, and he wants to keep her legacy alive and this is one of the examples of him doing that. he's going to look around a few of the projects they've been involved with
. i'm kidding >> eric: health care law train wreck, harry reid now agreeing obamacare may go off the way if we don't spend more implementing it but aren't we already paying more with those new taxes? mayday, unions demanding the immediate halt to deporting illegal immigrants. does big labor have the best interests of undocumented workers in mind or is this all about saving themselves? "cashin' in", looking out for your best interests right now. i'm eric boling,
. will and kate touring america and australia. prince harry arrives in the u.s. tomorrow for another visit while 64-year-old charles waits as he reluctantly discussed with brian not long ago. >> this is something that if it comes to it, regrettably it comes -- >> as a result of the death of your mother. >> the death of a parent which is not so nice to say the least. >> reporter: but slowly -- very slowly -- a transition of sorts is under way as the queen, duty bound, thinks about the future. last week charles attended the abdication of the dutch queen to her son, age 46. queen elizabeth vowed never to abdicate. time waits for no one, not even a queen. kier simmons, nbc news, london. >>> that is our broadcast for tonight. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com with breaking news. >> that breaking news is out of the east bay. a gruesome find in oakland. today they found a human head in a pile of debris at the california waste sol
magic eraser extra power. >> this support fox i am heather childers in for harris faulkner. time for the top. news, thousands of homosexual threaten bide wildfires in california. there is hope that a change in want weather will help the fire fighters battling the flamings. three of them popped nupt los angeles alone this week. that includes the largest and that is a spring fire that burnedy 28,000 acres since starting in camarilo on thursday. thousands of people were told to get out. >> you know, fire department did a good job. hopefully -- >> and all of the sudden, our front field caught fire. we put it out with shove and he will whatever we could and trying to keep our property safe and horses safe. >> we live out here since 2000. it is nerve wracking and don't expect it to be that close. ash is getting heavy for us, too. >> the inferno burning not too far from malibou . concerns that the strong santanana winds would push it close to the city. dominic, there is a group much homeowners that took extra precaution from the wildfires, is it helping them so far? >> it certainly has
will see you on sunday. >> harris: fox urgent. there were reported lay dozen different versions of the obama administration's talking points about the attack on you are u.s. outpost in benghazi. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. government emails now reveal the state department made major changes to those talking points. this is according to abc news. changes were made before ambassador susan rice, who you see here, use them in her interviews on five different sunday talk shows less than a week after the terror attacks here. is one example of how the memo changed in a matter of hours. remember, this would be telling the public about what happened that night. these are the before and after versions according to abc news. emails reportedly show the state department objected to naming a specific al qaeda
their closing. >> and other news this morning video of prince harry continuing his u.s. tour today. this is video in washington d.c. where he participated in everything ceremony at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. he is spending most of his week in a u.s. offering will did and the dead of war. is also expected to visit the walter reed medical center today to meet with wounded troops. >> new this morning a convicted killer jodi arias has been admitted into a phoenix present psychiatric ward after the sentencing phase of her trial was postponed until next week. arias is under constant supervision on the suicide watch at the ward. she and her attorneys met with the judge in a closed- door hearing yesterday. the hearing was sealed and it is unclear what they discussed but afterwards officials abruptly announced the cancellation of thursday's court proceedings. the trial resumes next wednesday. arias was convicted this week of first-degree murder in the brutal 2008 killing of her ex-boyfriend travis alexander. >> a live look at 880, the nimitz and the world accor
to pass the bill according to senate procedure. according to senate majority leader harry reid, some senators may want another chance at the vote. >> joe manchin called me yesterday, thinks he has a couple more votes. one senator, republican senator from new hampshire has been hit hard. only senator in the northeast to vote against background checks. >> harry reid is talking about republican senator kelly ayotte. her job approval rating dropped a net 15 points after voting against expanded background checks. a source close to the senate negotiations tells sam stein from huffington post two senators voted against the background check bill would vote for it after minor superficial changes. >> i may be able to get another democrat or two that would get us up to 57. we only need three additional republicans. so we'll see. >> today white house press secretary jay carney said this. >> we remain optimistic, the president does, that when it comes to background checks this will happen. >> the national rifle association as you know held its annual meeting in houston this weekend. here is the n
in the wake of the arrest of the evidence trying to be hit by students in this ce and katherine harris has the report. >> one day after homeland security officials confirmed that a student from caused exxon was charged with destroying evidence in the boston marathon investigation a major security changes ordered at the borders. effective immediately customs agents musterify every four students entering u.s. has a valid student to be separate and he withdrew from class's january 4th and re-entered into weeks later because customs was never notified of the change former homeland security officials said policing a student visa within 500,000 issued in 2012 as a chronic problem. >> the customs border says your visa is expired but then who enforces it? boston says a must be better cooperation is there if they believed the bombs made in the tamerlan tsarnaev home now investigations are intensifying on his widow catherine russell spinach she might not have nobody raises the question as to what did she know? what was their relationship at the time? >> to sources familiar tell fox news she communic
, was all about and to work with its founders, ralph harris, arthur and the others. and i saw a think tank in action, and i saw how it could work. later on, fast forward, i was in washington. anthony fisher camp through washington, looked the up and said hey, are around the world we got one that we think is going to be starting in sydney australia, greg lindsey has a center out there. said we want to do one both in new york and washington, kind of two offices, two bases because they should be covered at the politics. and we talked a lot of very seriously and it started developing. meantime i was an outside director of heritage and we had a meeting about december 76, november, december 76. frank was then the president of heritage and reminded the board he had made a two-year commitment to come in as the president of heritage and he wanted to go back to california. >> can't blame him for that. >> too many people want to move into california these days but back then it was a great spot and this was immediately post ronald reagan. california's economy was booming and it was one up -- he said w
diana who was only 36 when she died, 30 is an important age. it's when princes william and harry gain full access to their inheritance. her personal mementos that have been in safekeeping with her brother will transfer to her sons. >> reporter: diana's letters, tiaras, photos, the jewels that wowed the world when she work them, also her splendid dresses, so much a part of her public memory. all of these things that diana saved and held dear have been housed since her death at the althorp, the magnificent country estate where she spent much of her childhood and where she's buried. >> my grandfather was here and he was terrified. then eventually he became more comfortable here. >> reporter: he showed us the memorial he's made and their home last summer. >> did you run around here? >> yes. on the staircase behind you, if you put a tray you can get speed up as a child. i think i was the 18th generation of child that wore that out. >> reporter: didn't you break things that were valuable? >> we didn't then. my grandfather would have killed us. >> reporter: charles established a traveling tr
? >> yeah. they were very good to allow me an amendment and the reason they did is because harry denied me an amendment on the gun bill on one that would have passed an actually solved the problem which he promised to give me. so i think, you know, the fact is we ought to be worried about making sure that people who shouldn't have guns, people on the do not buy list don't get them, rather than restricting people who are good, great citizens from carrying out their own responsibilities and expressing their second amendment rights. so i'll eventually get this amendment. took me two times to get the parks and the forest service and i'll eventually get it and what i'll do is publicize every rape that goes on corps land and say a good portion of them wouldn't happened if we would have passed this amendment and we will eventually get there. >> on the hill a lot of people talking about the ben ghazi hearings yesterday. what is your state from what you learned from the state department official? >> i think the state department has real trouble. having sit on the intelligence committee and seen the
or democrat. >> that would be the message he gave to harry reid's office. >> if they're worried about mark prior, they need to be worried because he's going to keep pouring money -- it's going to kill him politically. i've been hearing, we believe people would switch their votes if we had another vote. kelly ayotte and pryor said he was open to it if you make small changes. >> and i think that's the pressure that they want to apply on these guys. and people, politicians always respond to the immediate incentive, which is for most of them getting reelected the next time. and start to feel like they're taking a hit back home and feel like the politics are working against them, i think it does have an effect on the psychology of how someone's going to vote. and for the longest time, people have assumed that the politics of gun control are you stay away from it. don't do any new gun controls. the folks are a much more aggressive in campaigns than the other side. >> that's not the case. kelly ayotte is getting hammered. a lot of other people. and there's another side of this. there's the carrot
to create prince william and harry's nurseries. three decades later william and his wife kate are making plans for their babies royal room. cameras have spotted kate baby shopping nearby and experts say whatever she buys will spark trends around the world. lucy mcdonald for cbs news, london. >> no word yet on whether the duke and dutchess of cambridge are having a boy or girl but loyal subjects are placing thousands of bets and possible names, two of the favorites are phillip and alexandra. >>> counting down to race day, the eastbay event that is raising big cash for school sports, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, race day in the east bay. t pleasanton half-marathon starts tom >>> fans are getting ready for race day in the eastbay. the pleasanton half marathon starts tomorrow at 7:00 and with our mobile weather kpix5 roberta gonzalez explains how it helps school sports. >> reporter: we're here at downtown pleasanton, off main street because its been one of the hottest towns all week long and it's certainly going to be one of the hottest towns this weekend not so much because of the companies but bec
the burden of would-be employees of the corporation. you see what is shifting harris saw the timeframe, all the time it takes to answer questions on the forums. these are unintended consequences of where we are today vis-À-vis the great system of capitalism then tremendous burden placed on the average working person to comply with the requirements corporations make on us. right, councilman? thank you. >> complexity can create hardship for people interacting with the private sector and you're drawing attention, so the book's subtitle is the future of government, but the message is much broader. in so far as we talk about the private sector, we have one institution underside, which is the free market. so if companies are making a nightmare to interact with them, other things being equal, that is going to hurt them in the marketplace. that needs to happen is market forces work combined with company ingenuity and that of the curve myth to produce greater simplification. if you think of the companies with which he most enjoyed interact and because of their products or initiate can call them up
for arias which could include the death penalty. >>> britain's prince harry paid a visit to first lady michelle obama at the white house today. it's the first leg of his week-long tour of the united states. anderson? >> hope it goes better than the last one. we'll be right back. i am an american success story. i'm a teacher. i'm a firefighter. i'm a carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart. truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's college fund. when people look at me, i hope they see someone building a better life. vo: living better: that's the real walmart. we are outta here! finding you the perfect place. hotels.com. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female ann
and nationalities, it is clearly established. his contribution to the tibetan cause is appreciated. host: harry in pennsylvania, republican caller. caller: good morning. please excuse my ignorance because i am not really sure of the history of your country. however, understanding that the maori are next your country, i would like to know why they did that. second, you are living in exile. where do you live now? is your country recognized by the united nations? guest: i think tibet was invaded and occupied partly because of the territory. 1/5 of china. huge territory. partly because of the minerals we have and the water resources we have. china essentially has monopolized it, which is important for civil and military technology. rare earths are used in everything from tablets to the phones. bigt: they have found a reserve of rare earth, a finer rare earth, in tibet. with all the minerals that tibetans have and the water sources tibetans have, there plenty of reasons why they want to occupy. one of the reasons is also, china is called the middle kingdom. the middle kingdom, the people in the mid
? knife fight or coverup? >> coverup. >> harry. >> bureaucratic knife fight or coverup? >> a knife fight and a terribly pathetic xanl rated witchhunt that moved from barack obama who now has been re-eleblged to hillary clinton and today, this is important, i hope you tell them, today. >> red card, yellow card. >> the end zone. >> i got to tell you, larry, today the republican party is running new online fundraising on benghaziment we have americans dead and they're politicizing it, raising money for it. it's wrong. it's politicizing. it comes from the republicans. they changed the story 15 times. >> and the irs together. that is leak you clike you can serious allegations. now, we've talked a lot on this program about how fracking has proud an oil boom here in the u.s. do you now how much of a surge this is for the economy as a whole? it's the backbone of the economy, a tremendous job creator. it's even financing state and energy independence. on its way, we will talk to an expert and get an idea of what it will do for stocks as well. that's next. please stay with us. "the kudlow report."
-making process. i do not care what president you want to talk about -- ronald reagan, harry truman, dwight eisenhower. moral courage is sapped by what i would call political reality. it is sapped by clinical opposition and the caliber and brouhaha nature of that opposition. what happens when you confront a series like this, even though you are in your second term, have been reelected, even though you do not have political concerns for yourself, you do have concerns for others. why do you think my party, the republican party, is still going on about benghazi? it has nothing to do with their affection for the incident or their desire to find the truth. it has everything to do with hillary clinton so she will not be a candidate or give them worry in the next presidential election. what about elections in the congress with regard to the house and the senate? they are up there, too, so the president has to concern himself with all these things. i come back to my original point very seldom in the post-world war ii national security state do we find a president with the moral courage to go agains
on the tarmac with machine guns taking the diamonds. six in swits land, one in fraps, and 24 harried in belgium today. don't commit a crime with anybody else because they squeal; right? >> never commit a crime with more than one perp. >> good fellows? >> how about never commit a crime. >> oh, so pure. >> not. >> hitting the california versus texas theme as of late with president obama going to texas tomorrow to tout job creation. even a former california assemblyman compares the states saying if california eliminated its state income tax, just got rid of it, its taxes would be higher than texas. now with the public policy foundation joining us now. welcome to the program, i can't believe this. if california got rid of entirely its income tax, they would be more heavily tax the than texas. explain this to us. >> well, it was amazing to me, but one of the themes heard recently after i moved from california to texas is that, well, texas is accord to tax less because they got all that oil and gas which is what pays for government. well, i looked into the numbers, and oil and gas severance revenues,
's -- dr. steven marans. the harris professor of child and family dramatic, harris professor child psychology a professor of psychiatry at the child study center at yale. use the director of the national center for children exposed to violence. the founder of the child development committee policing program which i first became aware of when it was a child witness to violence project. no? >> that's all right. >> founder of the child development committee please and program, a pioneer in collaboration between mental health and law-enforcement professionals providing collaborative response to children and families exposed to violence and trauma that occurs in their homes, neighborhood and schools. next to steven is the other, is kevin cullen, columnist for "the boston globe." he's been a reporter out the globe since 1985 on pretty much every beat you can imagine, cops reporter, legal affairs correspondent, foreign correspondent. he is really here for a couple of reasons. the proximate reason obvious is the events in boston within the last few days, inoffensive brings us full circle,
. prince harry is in colorado today for the warrior games. but last night the british royal mingled at a cocktail reception with v.i.p.es, including olympic gold medalist missy franklin and sang happy birthday to the swimming star. ♪ happy birthday to you. >> he wasn't singing very loudly there earlier friday the prince paid his respects at arlington national cemetery in d.c. the troops killed in the wars of iraq and afghanistan are buried. he placed a wreath of flowers and handwritten note on a head stone. the prince then stopped by walter reid medical center to meet warriors and cutting edge technology being used to rehabilitate them. those are your headlines. is rick outside in the yucky rain? >> a little bit. >> it's sprinkling a little bit. we have some rain today across the east coast. it's going to be kind of a nuisance. a few showers, a few thunderstorms spotty. it won't be raining all day long. take a look at the weather maps. see your temperatures for today's highs. you will notice the 70s all across the eastern section. a in buffalo a little bit cooler. by team cold fro
was a personal friend of harry truman. and barney frank know each other for a long time. barney makes a speech at the press club in the spring of '09 inviting small banks to participate in the process. fein picks it up. thanks him. they start back channel. ends up in frank's office. frank said i need you. cam, let's make a deal. they make a deal. fein will keep it neutral on the consumer protection agency. and frank will embrace an amendment to change the formula for fdic payments. change it in a way that saves the community banks $1.5 billion. >> so a billion and a half of money paid for the fdic shifts from small banks to big banks in return for neutrality. >> which is huge for barney. >> they stayed neutral. >> what do you think about that? is that good? is that the way we should be making law in america? >> there's a lot that's not good about the way we make laws in america. this is democracy. we make trades, compromises and pull it together. this is not new. it has been going on for years. >> he didn't tell us about that. >> look, cam did well by his people. he did what he was supposed to
. >>> eight minutes before 9:00. new this morning, great britain's prince harry made a business to arlington national cemetery in virginia. this is video of him at the tomb of the unknown where he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony. this is part of his multi-state visit to the united states. he arrived at the cemetery about 5:30 this morning our time. this first stop was to section 60. that's where men and women killed in iraq and afghanistan since 2001 are buried. the 28-year-old royal who is a kasten in the army just returned from a tour of duty in the afghanistan as a helicopter pilot. yesterday, he attended a tea at the white house for mothers and grandmothers. >>> breaking news coming in. it's about the boston bombing suspect. stay tuned. >>> good morning. if you are driving on 238, any time soon, you will see slow traffic. we'll tell you more about the morning commute straight ahead. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dea
and for this segment, we have a very able moderator in shane harris. go ahead and come up. sharon -- shane is a national security writer at the washington magazine, one of thee top reporters on all things national security in town. he's the author of the watchers, the rise of america's surveillance state, a very good book, and i should thank him because in addition to moderating today, he was part of the inform mall brain forming sessions on putting together the day, and so i want to thank shane for his thought leadership on this subject, and now i turn the program over to you. >> great, thanks very much. that's a great introduction to the policy challenges we face in this technology, and now what we'll do is was said, try to understand what the state of the technology is and where it's going in the relatively near future because i think it is poised to take off, informative, and disruptive, but extremely exciting, so the two people we have here with us today to help us do that are extremely capable, and i'm excited to have them together. to the right, missy cummings, professor at mit, spe
more than 1,000 people. >>> it is day two of england prince harry's week long us-visit. today he honored america's war dead at arlington national cemetery. next stop is the 2013 warrior games in colorado where 200 wounded u.s. and british servicemen and women will compete. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. get you back now to tracy and ashley. tracy: can never get enough of the royals, arthel neville. thank you very much. >>> our special series of the business of real estate continues tonight as gerri willis talks to a trio of reality tv stars making huge money, huge, on the housing market. she joins us now. i say huge, because my girls and i watch some of these shows. >> i'm so thrilled. we have peter pasternak from flip this house. we'll ask him, is flipping over or is it really back? if you do it, how do you do it and make money at it and lose everything you own flipping a house. ashley: exactly. >> he will tell us all about that, i'm very excited. we have oren alexander. this fellow, listen to this, sold the most expensive miami house, single-family h
was somewhat true because the senate majority leader harry reid bought directly to the floor rather than sending it through the regular process in this session. however, as i said, senator baucus opposes the bill. montana doesn't have a sales tax. senator widen of oregon, she is strongly opposed to this. he's in the more liberal wing of the senate that he has framed this as forcing businesses to take over government responsibility. again, or again doesn't have a sales tax and he has sought exemption from those states and retailers. the problem on that, senator enzi points out certain states are not forced to comply then by all likelihood, those states will become the center of online retailing because everyone will move there were they don't have to charge a sales tax. >> host: is there an estimate of the revenue that could be raised? >> guest: 23 billion as the number thrown around. that would be sales taxes that are not being paid, as it would go to states, counties, localities, whoever collect sales tax. >> host: is their -- are there still companies that are not charging sales tax on
it the worst tragedy m history of the global garment making industry. >>> today prince harry is coming to america for a week-long visit. he heads first to capitol hill to see an exhibit on land mines, a cause that was dear to his mother princess diana. during his visit, he will also go to denver for the opening ceremony of the warrior games, an event for more than 200 wounded service men and women, and he will also go to the jersey shore to visit areas recovering from hurricane sandy. >>> and some of the best talent during a recent soccer match showed up even before the game began. it came during the national anthem when 11-year-old lexi walker wowed the crowd. listen to her. ♪ and the rockets red glare the bombs bursting in air gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ >> only 11 years old. well, she sang at a match between salt lake and vancouver. a match no doubt remembered as much for the song as the game. beautiful voice. wow. sign her up to america's got talent. she's incredible. all right. you're up-to-date. right now let's go back to al. he is in carlos,
harry at the arlington national spokesman tarry. here on c-span we'll be live ith the discussions on the guantanamo bay prison. that's at 10:00 a.m. eastern. 1:30, the institute for korean peninsula and national security and what happens on the orean peninsula. >> she's the first, first lady to earn a college degree. during the civil war soldiers serving under her husband called her the mother of the regime. she influenced her party to switch to the anti-slavery party. meet lucy hays wife of the 19th president as we continue our series on first ladies. monday night live at 9:00 eastern on c-span and c-span3. also, on c-span radio and c-span.org. now a hearing on the 2014 budget request for the air force. a house appropriation committee heard from chief of staff mark welsh for two hours. they answered questions about automatic spending cuts, they were asked about sexual assaults in the military and a negative report on officers who operate nuclear missiles in north dakota. topic is the he and yourar 2014 budget posture for the budget of 2014. the air force is the only ones to rece
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